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Old 10-03-2011, 07:04 AM
Location: Sunrise County ~Maine
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Originally Posted by AustinB View Post
Yeah, I'm thrilled.
Originally Posted by AustinB View Post
You are right, I always love property tax season.
Okay... now I'm depressed! ( That means it's also time to "get tires that are going to keep me on the road -real "snuggy" for this winter.

Originally Posted by mainebrokerman View Post
85 days over 100 degrees??

That would fit a definition of Hell....to me

id melt in just one day of 100 degrees
I started to melt like frosty the snowman thinking about the number 100 next to the word degrees.

Originally Posted by mainebrokerman View Post
it was warm out yesterday
a bit too muggy for my liking, but not going to complain-cooler weather is ahead
the older i get, the shorter the winter, the better
I agree. Now I'm starting to recall my grandfather complaining of an achy shoulder for "Bad Weather's coming. I'm a walking weather girl with aches and pains all over for the weather we're having.

Originally Posted by Maine Writer View Post
I don't have any deer eating apples yet. It's late. They're usually here as soon as they hit the ground. They're here, they're just not cleaning up apples or getting into the corn yet.
I'm still learning little things... I love it. (Thanks MW)
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Old 10-03-2011, 07:07 AM
Location: NJ
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Default late apples

I'd guess the acorn crop is really bountiful in your area?

Deer seem to favor acorns over everything else. When one food supply is depleted they move on to the next. Acorns are cyclical, so sometimes its the corn or apples when acorns are scarce. They do enjoy mushrooms but that would seem to be more of a snack on the way to real food.

I have a nice buck walking by my garden who suddenly decided he enjoys nipping off the tips off a group of young persimmon trees. I'll be talking to him this week.

The last batch of chili verde was tooooo good and my winter venison supply has dwindled.
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